In this decade, growth-centred intervention has re-emerged as a
legitimate approach to the rehabilitation of criminals and now
plays an accepted role with serious offenders. This role involves
skill-development methods, control//surveillance techniques,
psychologically oriented programmes and combinations of these
procedures. This book describes the role - past, present and future
- of rehabilitation within the context of other correctional
approaches including the justice model philosophy. Palmer presents
an intervention framework and a related theoretical structure that
can assist in programme development, in intervention planning for
offenders and in understanding as well as evaluating change
Sage Publications Ltd
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